Revisit: ANZMAC 2016
Scholarship available and other news for ANZMAC, Canterbury, New Zealand, 5-7 Dec 2016; Scholarship deadline 30 Jul
Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference
Low and Middle Income Early Career Asia/Asia-Pacific Country Scholarship
Deadline 30th July 2016
ANZMAC is providing a scholarship to support attendance at the ANZMAC conference by an academic or PhD student based in a low or middle income country within Asia and the Asia Pacific region. The Scholarship recipient will receive free registration to the conference (and doctoral colloquium if the award winner is a student) and up to $AUD 2,000 reimbursement for travel, accommodation, visa costs and ancillary expenses.
Individuals must submit their application prior to outcomes of the conference review process being finalised. All applications will be assessed, but only those who have had their paper accepted will be eligible to receive funding.
To be eligible to apply, applicants must:
a) Be working full time and have completed their Ph.D. within the last 5 years and based in a Low and Middle Income Asian/Asian Pacific country or be a full time PhD student in a Low and Middle Income Asian/Asian Pacific country;
b) Have submitted a competitive paper for one of the ANZMAC conference tracks or the Doctoral Colloquium; and
c) Have not received this scholarship previously.
d) There can only be one application for a given University.
The written application should include:
1) A statement explaining how ANZMAC Conference/Doctorial Colloquium attendance will assist professional development for the applicant (500 words max.);
2) A proposed budget of the expenses associated with the applicant’s conference attendance;
3) A letter of support from the applicant’s institution;
4) An abbreviated CV, listing the applicant’s employment history (i.e., names and dates of employers); University-level educational history; full bibliographic citation of any publications and conference papers; and list of conferences previously attended.
A sub-committee will be established by the ANZMAC Executive Committee to assess applications based on merit and need. Applications should be submitted to the ANZMAC secretariat by 30th July 2016:
Griffith Business School
170 Kessels Road, Nathan QLD 4111, Australia
Phone: +61 7 3735 3716
Applicants will be notified regarding the outcome of the evaluation by the end of August 2016.
The recipient will be reimbursed up to a maximum of $AUD 2000 for travel, accommodation, visa costs, and ancillary expenses associated with their attendance at the ANZMAC conference. The recipient will need to supply appropriate receipts of expenses to the committee. Receipts need to be supplied to the ANZMAC secretariat within 60 days after the conference.
Successful applicants will be required to provide a short report on their experience to the ANZMAC secretariat. This report will be posted on the ANZMAC website.
ANZMAC Conference 2016 is delighted to announce this year’s keynote speaker: Professor Saras D. Sarasvathy, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia. For more information see:
Please note that paper submissions for the ANZMAC 2016 Conference open 30th May 2016. For more information on the Call for Papers and the Submission Guidelines please visit:
This year, a number of workshops are offered as part of ANZMAC 2016. Participation is included in the conference fee. Please read the workshop outlines as some of the workshops have limitations in number and require separate submission of interest to the workshop organisers. Please direct all workshop related inquiries to the workshop organisers.
The workshops are:
- CASE TEACHING, RESEARCH, AND PUBLISHING WORKSHOP
- 2ND CCT & INTERPRETIVE WORKSHOP
- SERVICE RESEARCH RETREAT (SRR) WORKSHOP
Please direct all other conference related enquiries to:
A/Prof Sussie Morrish, Dr Girish Prayag and A/Prof Jörg Finsterwalder